Internet Health Basics

What is Internet health? What makes the internet healthy or unhealthy?

Learning Objectives

Help your learners make sense of ways to support an open, accessible, and healthy Internet for all with these introductory lessons about key issues facing us online.

An Introduction to Internet Health

Synthesize, Protect, Share

Learn the basics of Internet health and related issues by comparing and contrasting healthy and unhealthy behaviors on popular apps and sites using skills like evaluate, protect, share, and synthesize.

Web Literacy

Synthesize, Navigate, Code, Remix, Protect

Explore what it means to read, write, and participate on the web by learning how the Internet and webpages work, learning skills like code, connect, navigate, remix, and synthesize.

Digital Inclusion

Evaluate, Synthesize, Compose, Connect, Open Practice, Contribute, Share

You and your learners will make a Code of Conduct that you can use to guide inclusivity practices online and offline while practicing skills like compose, contribute, evaluate, open practice, protect, share, and synthesize.

Privacy & Security

Evaluate, Synthesize, Navigate, Search, Protect

You and your learners will identify the privacy choices that face you every day. Then you will learn how third parties can track you online and how you can limit online tracking in your browser learning skills like evaluate, navigate, protect, search, and synthesize.

Decentralization

Evaluate, Synthesize, Navigate, Search, Compose, Remix, Connect, Open Practice, Share

You and your learners will play a game to learn the importance of decentralization and summarize your learnings in 6-word stories to share online as part of a decentralized web learning skills like compose, connect, contribute, evaluate, navigate, open practice, remix, search, share, and synthesize.

Openness

Design, Connect, Open Practice, Contribute, Share

You and your learners will brainstorm, research, storyboard, and share new, innovative products for your peers to learn about the advantages of openness while learning skills like connect, contribute, design, open practice, and share.